Experience Potsdam with us

With Potsdam tours, explore the World Heritage city of palaces and royal parks for the Kings of Prussia. The capital of Brandenburg was devastated in the Thirty Years’ War in the 17th century and remodelled 100 years later by Frederick the Great. Potsdam with its beautiful parks and gardens makes for a perfect day trip from Berlin. Located 35 km outside the center of the capital city, the quaint and charming town with its historic architecture and lush greenery is a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of city life. Visit attractions like the Sanssouci Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage worthy gem, the New Garden, the Schloss Cecilienhof Palace, Park Babelsburg, and the Filmpark Babelsberg film studio. Book top-rated Potsdam tours at the best rates on isango! and enjoy a budget-friendly travel experience.

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Our tips for Potsdam Tours

  • The fairytale town is home to many quaint, Baroque buildings, breathtaking landscapes and 17 majestic palaces.
  • Save tons of dough on traveling around Potsdam with the Berlin WelcomeCard.
  • You simply have to visit Sanssouci Palace and New Palace, but advanced bookings are necessary.
  • We highly recommend renting a bicycle for sightseeing.
  • You can rent straight from Potsdam Hauptbahnhof Station (Taxi Stand) from €1 per hour to €5 for the whole day.

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Best time to visit

The best time to visit Potsdam is from July to September and during the spring season.

Money saving tips
  • If travelling on a budget, winter is the best time to visit.
  • Prices are low and affordable, just remember to pack your warmest clothes!
  • You should also book your trip months in advance to enjoy the best rates.
  • Book attraction tickets online instead of at the site to enjoy great discounts and deals.
Did you know?
  • The palaces and parks of Potsdam were awarded UNESCO World Heritage status in 1990.
  • The original site included Sanssouci, Neuer Garten, Babelsberg, Glienicke and Pfaueninsel.
  • The heritage site covers approximately 500 hectares of parkland, and includes 150 buildings.

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